Statistics NZ

4th Mar 21, 8:00am
The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy
The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy
4th Mar 21, 8:00am
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
10th Feb 21, 8:30am
Internal inflation from non-tradables is well alight at 2.8% for the last year. In contrast, prices for items traded internationally declined by 0.3%. Understanding these differences and the reasons for these differences lies at the heart of the issue
Internal inflation from non-tradables is well alight at 2.8% for the last year. In contrast, prices for items traded internationally declined by 0.3%. Understanding these differences and the reasons for these differences lies at the heart of the issue
10th Feb 21, 8:30am
4th Feb 21, 11:55am
Residential construction continues to rocket ahead but non-residential construction is still a bit slow
Residential construction continues to rocket ahead but non-residential construction is still a bit slow
4th Feb 21, 11:55am
2nd Feb 21, 12:15pm
Foreigners selling their New Zealand residential properties now outnumber buyers by two to one
Foreigners selling their New Zealand residential properties now outnumber buyers by two to one
2nd Feb 21, 12:15pm
22nd Jan 21, 9:12am
Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
22nd Jan 21, 9:12am
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16th Dec 20, 11:14am
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
[Updated]
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
16th Dec 20, 11:14am
14th Dec 20, 11:57am
Population growth from migration down by more than 90% compared to a year ago
Population growth from migration down by more than 90% compared to a year ago
14th Dec 20, 11:57am
8th Dec 20, 11:50am
Home ownership levels continue declining, especially for younger people
Home ownership levels continue declining, especially for younger people
8th Dec 20, 11:50am
3rd Dec 20, 12:09pm
No sign of any slowdown in residential construction
No sign of any slowdown in residential construction
3rd Dec 20, 12:09pm
24th Nov 20, 10:00am
Auckland's housing crisis starting to ease as supply starts to overtake demand and accumulated housing shortage starts to shrink
Auckland's housing crisis starting to ease as supply starts to overtake demand and accumulated housing shortage starts to shrink
24th Nov 20, 10:00am
17th Nov 20, 11:50am
David Chaston updates our latest population data at September 2020 and looks at the forces behind our stable median age, a trend that helps keep our social contract affordable
David Chaston updates our latest population data at September 2020 and looks at the forces behind our stable median age, a trend that helps keep our social contract affordable
17th Nov 20, 11:50am
13th Nov 20, 9:00am
Claims that returning New Zealanders could have a big impact on the economy and the property market appear to be severely overstated
Claims that returning New Zealanders could have a big impact on the economy and the property market appear to be severely overstated
13th Nov 20, 9:00am
2nd Nov 20, 12:23pm
The number of new dwelling consents issued in Auckland in September was up 52% compared to a year earlier
The number of new dwelling consents issued in Auckland in September was up 52% compared to a year earlier
2nd Nov 20, 12:23pm
30th Oct 20, 12:02pm
More residential properties are being purchased by overseas buyers but they are still selling more New Zealand properties than they buy
More residential properties are being purchased by overseas buyers but they are still selling more New Zealand properties than they buy
30th Oct 20, 12:02pm
12th Oct 20, 11:25am
The net population gain from migration, including returning NZ citizens, was just 1700 in the five months to August, down from 21,500 the previous year
The net population gain from migration, including returning NZ citizens, was just 1700 in the five months to August, down from 21,500 the previous year
12th Oct 20, 11:25am
30th Sep 20, 11:39am
The number of new dwelling consents issued has declined for three months in a row
The number of new dwelling consents issued has declined for three months in a row
30th Sep 20, 11:39am
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
14th Sep 20, 2:11pm
New Zealand experiences negative population growth from migration for the first time in seven years
New Zealand experiences negative population growth from migration for the first time in seven years
14th Sep 20, 2:11pm
4th Sep 20, 1:35pm
The decline in building activity during the Level 4 lockdown was much less than expected, with residential construction proving particularly resilient
The decline in building activity during the Level 4 lockdown was much less than expected, with residential construction proving particularly resilient
4th Sep 20, 1:35pm
1st Sep 20, 2:19pm
New dwelling consents particularly strong in Auckland although there's been a slide in the number of retirement village units being consented
New dwelling consents particularly strong in Auckland although there's been a slide in the number of retirement village units being consented
1st Sep 20, 2:19pm
26th Aug 20, 11:45am
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Median weekly incomes down 8% in June quarter year-on-year as COVID-19 bites, Statistics New Zealand says
Median weekly incomes down 8% in June quarter year-on-year as COVID-19 bites, Statistics New Zealand says
26th Aug 20, 11:45am
21st Aug 20, 11:33am
The value of consents issued for alteration work to existing dwellings has hit its lowest point in five years - Auckland and the BoP particularly soft
The value of consents issued for alteration work to existing dwellings has hit its lowest point in five years - Auckland and the BoP particularly soft
21st Aug 20, 11:33am
13th Aug 20, 11:57am
Migration's impact on housing demand is now almost negligible, which should ease housing supply pressures over coming months
Migration's impact on housing demand is now almost negligible, which should ease housing supply pressures over coming months
13th Aug 20, 11:57am

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